Relations between Hungary and Uzbekistan have “solid foundations” and cooperation between the two countries has “gained good momentum”, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Tashkent on Tuesday.
Orbán said he arrived in the Uzbek capital with “great hopes and optimism”. He spoke highly of Uzbekistan’s efforts to “use available resources in a modern economy” and called it a “respectable programme”.
The prime minister thanked Uzbekistan for its sending hundreds of thousands of face masks to Hungary at the beginning …
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Orbán: Hungarians and Uzbeks ‘Held Hands at the Right Time’
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